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The Centre for Volunteering, through the National School of Volunteer Management (NSVM) [RTO code 90031] offers a number of nationally recognised accredited training opportunities.
- Skills for Volunteering (SG00007572)
- Certificate I in Active Volunteering (CHC14015)
- Certificate II in Active Volunteering (CHC24015)
- Certificate III in Active Volunteering (CHC34015)
- Certificate IV in Coordination of Volunteer Programs (CHC44015)
- Customised Accredited Training
- Volunteer Coordination Essentials
Why accredited training?
These qualifications and statements of attainments are a valuable asset for volunteers and volunteer leaders wanting to progress their career or develop their practice. As the training is offered through a registered training organisation (RTO), they meet quality assurance requirements, and actively demonstrate important skills and knowledge within the sector.
Who it’s for
We recommend accredited training to anyone wishing to grow their skills or be formally recognised for their existing experience.
How it works
Each qualification covers a specified number of core and elective units, which require the demonstration of both theoretical and practical knowledge, performance and practical skills.
Qualifications can be achieved in one or a combination of ways, each requiring a substantial time commitment:
- Satisfactory completion of formal coursework and a work-based project
- Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
Please note, students with a verifiable credit transfer for relevant core and elective units completed at any other nationally RTOs are able to transfer these to National School of Volunteer Management [RTO code 90031]. There will be no charge for this, and a proportional discount will be deducted from the course fees for any credit transfers.